Adding a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate to your website is a cybersecurity best practice. However, it can be hard to know if a free one is enough for your …Continue Reading
Security is an important consideration for every website. Hackers may try to steal your data, especially if you handle credit card payments or other sensitive information. The good news is …Continue Reading
These days, website encryption is no longer reserved for only e-commerce and enterprise sites. With security remaining a top concern among users and search engines alike, it’s important you let …Continue Reading
Every year, Google has to adapt to new security issues. For a long time, Google Chrome has been cautious when it comes to mixed content, but this year, that is …Continue Reading
Phishing attacks happen all the time. They can be emails from your friendly Nigerian prince, calls from the ‘IRS’, or fake websites designed to steal your credentials. If you’re not …Continue Reading
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates are quickly becoming the norm online. In fact, it’s rare to see popular websites that don’t use SSL and HTTPS to protect your information. SSL …Continue Reading
Internet users are more concerned about security than ever. If you run a website, you’ll need to show them you can be trusted to provide a secure connection and protect …Continue Reading
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Security | Feb 20, 2012
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